RIGHTS – TAKING LIBERTIES
Royal Lancaster Hotel, London
Keynote Address by Sir
Sydney Kentridge QC
Conference will focus on human rights, with key issues discussed in plenary and
workshop sessions. Sessions include:
- International Criminal Tribunals:
Justice or a Propaganda Exercise?
- Commercial Human Rights Issues
- Human Rights and Divorce – Have the
Rights of Wives gone too far?
- ‘Freedom of Conscience and Freedom of
Expression are Unduly Restricted by the Code of Conduct’ – a Debate
- Advocacy beyond the Courtroom – Independence, Integrity and Human Rights
- Human Rights – The Young Bar at Home
- Family Property and the Love Rat –
Cohabitation, Expropriation of Property and Human Rights
- Freedom of the Individual or
Prevention of Serious Crime – do we have to choose?
- Defending the Right to Defend Human
- A Mediated Settlement – an
Alternative to an Article 6 Hearing
- Open Forum Debate: “This Conference
Believes that the Human Rights Act should be Repealed”
- Pro Bono Session – Getting the Help
to the Need
IT IS INTENDED THAT THE
GENERAL PROGRAMME WILL BE ACCREDITED FOR UP TO 6 CPD HOURS
programme and registration form will be available from June 2007. For more information, and for details of
sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities, contact: Judy Lane Consulting (JLC), tel: 01202 699488.
Group Sweet & Maxwell The